[aur-general] "Report malicious package" feature
bluepeppers at archlinux.us
Fri Jun 26 11:01:47 EDT 2009
Mabey it would be good to have a Report Dangerous Package button,
instead of a report malicious package button? Otherwise we could be
accusing people of being malicious when all they are is a bit silly.
2009/6/26 Roberto Alsina <ralsina at netmanagers.com.ar>:
> On Friday 26 June 2009 11:47:01 Andrei Thorp wrote:
>> Excerpts from Roberto Alsina's message of Fri Jun 26 10:31:35 -0400 2009:
>> > On Friday 26 June 2009 11:30:06 Andrei Thorp wrote:
>> > > Excerpts from hollunder's message of Fri Jun 26 10:25:57 -0400 2009:
>> > > > Now you've heard of such a thing ;)
>> > >
>> > > Now we've heard of some FUD and nothing confirmed :P
>> > A Qt IDE (I think it was monkeystudio?) once deleted my /home by accident
>> > (because it was a symlink).
>> > Scariest 10 minutes ever in my computer.
>> Okay, yeah, I agree -- now that's scary.
> Luckily it only deleted the symlink, not the data.
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